Dr. Amy Campbell

Dr. Amy Campbell

Assistant Professor
Information Systems and Technology Department


  • Doctorate of Nursing Practice; University of South Alabama
  • Master of Science in Nursing; University of South Alabama
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Tennessee Technology University

Research Interests

  • Identifying causes and solutions to medication errors.
  • Understanding wellness and burnout in the healthcare environment.
  • Creating and utilizing technology and EBP techniques to enhance and improve the healthcare environment.
  • The reduction of medication errors through technology implementation and the creation of healthy work environments.
  • Improving computer and health literacy for nurses and patients.
  • Collaboration with organizations to incorporate current healthcare needs into the course curriculum.

Selected Publications

  • Ogbuokiri, U., Campbell, A. A., Ahaghotu, E. (2022). Using an audio computer-assisted self-interview (ACASI) to screen older adults for fall risk in an outpatient primary care setting. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics, 26(2).
  • Campbell, A., Harlan, T., Campbell, M., Mulekar, M. & Wang, B. (2021), Nurse's Achilles Heel: Using big data to determine workload factors that impact near misses. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 53(3), 333-342.
  • Campbell, A. & Harlan, T. (2018). Increasing nurse awareness when administrating medications: The creation of a dashboard warning system. In Harris, Roussel, Dearman, & Thomas (Eds.), A guide for nurses and interprofessional teams, 3rd edition (Chapter: Role of IT in Project Planning and Management). Jones & Bartlett: Burlington, MA.
  • Campbell, S. M., Pardue, J. H., Campbell, A. (2015, August). Creating a health informatics program: Is it good for what ails us? Paper presented at meeting of Puerto Rico: Americas Conference on Information Systems.
  • Campbell, S. M. & Campbell, A. (2015). Academic research should lead to real world solutions. In W. Hersh (Eds.), Health informatics for the curious: Why study health informatics? (Chapter 20). Online Publication: Curious Academic Publishing
  • Pardue, H., Campbell, A., Campbell, S. M., and Wisniewski, P. (2014). Mission impossible? Putting the patient back in patient care. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 34, 381-388.


Teaching Experience

Doctoral Courses

  • NU 610
  • NU 612
  • NU 613
  • NU 616

Graduate Courses Taught

  • HI 510
  • NU 539
  • NU 556
  • NU 557
  • NU 558
  • NU 559
  • NU 562

Undergraduate Courses Taught

  • HI 300
  • HI 410
  • HI 450


Certifications and Awards

  • Patent: Campbell, A., Campbell, M. & Harlan, T; University of South Alabama. Computer implemented system and method for visually displaying instances of increased susceptibility for commission of medical errors. United States. US11087874B2. September 12, 2019.
  • Grant: Campbell, A. & Salas, S. (2023-2026). Stress and Burnout Prevention American Nurses Foundation Pilot Grant. American Nurses Foundation. (Role: Co-Investigator).  $209,000
  • Alabama State Nursing License: 1-133932
  • Dissertation Committee Chair, "Preserving privacy while ensuring safety in senior care at home monitoring systems, a comprehensive approach", (In-Process), Computer Science. (August 18, 2022 - Present). Advised: Russell, Samuel
  • Faculty Advisor for Future Health Professional (HOSA)
  • Student Faculty Committee Chair
  • Academic Computing Committee
  • Work with the Homeless Connect Project



  • Campbell, A. A. (Author & Presenter), ASNA- FACES '23 Conference, "Listening to the Cry of the Nurse: The First Step in Addressing Burnout", Alabama State Nurses Association, Montgomery, AL. (April 4, 2023).
  • Campbell, A. A. (Author & Presenter), CoTL, "Strategies to support high academic integrity in an online graduate program", University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL. (May 10, 2023).